am 25 and me and my boyfriend have been having sex for 3 years i have try to conceive when i am on my period? i have when i am fertile i have been to my ob/gyn and he said i look fine i have tryed everything so i am asking any1 wat should i do. bc we really do want a baby ? please help me .
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:i have been trying<i>am 25 and me and my boyfriend have been having sex for 3 years i have try to conceive when i am on my period? i have when i am fertile i have been to my ob/gyn and he said i look fine i have tryed everything so i am asking any1 wat should i do. bc we really do want a baby ? please help me .</i>
Either way, I wish you best of luck and stay strong and keep trying.
Heinz-Michael Teifel Founder of gO Naturally Pregnant
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Report This| Share this:i have been tryingHi Countrygirl,<br /><br />If you have been trying for three years and your ob/gyn you are fine, the problem could lie with your partner.<br /><br />However the first step in trying to conceive is figuring out when your "Fertility Window" is. <br /><br />This is the time span before ovulation occurs when you are the most fertile.<br /><br /><b>There are a number of ways to figure out when ovulation occurs.</b><br /><br />Have a look at our article here:<br />---> <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.gonaturallypregnant.com/natural-pregnancy-essential-tips/the-fastest-way-to-get-pregnant-the-mysterious-fertility-window/">Fastest way to get pregnant; The Fertility Window</a> <br /><br /><b>Then there are quite a lot of other factors, if combined, that significantly influence both male and femal fertility.</b><br /><br />For example are you or your partner a regular coffee or tea drinker?<br /><br />Just 2 cups a day could already affect you and your partners fertility.<br />(For women it affects the receptiveness of the uterus and for men it affects the sperm motility.)<br /><br /><u>More of these "small" but significant factors are for example:</u><br /><br /><ul><li>Previous birth control usage? Could take a while to reverse those effects<br /></li><li>Alcohol Consumption is a no no... (Both of you)<br /></li><li>Diet (For example don't eat spinach and peas as it works as a contraceptive)<br /></li><li>Weight (Both over- and under-weight is bad)<br /></li><li>Nicotine (again a tough one to break but crucial... again affects both male and female fertility)<br /></li><li>The lubricant used (If used, keep it natural)<br /></li><li>Use of hot tubs and long baths is bad for both of you</li><li>A lot more...<br /></li></ul><br />It really requires a balance of quite a few things.<br /><br /><b>We have a few articles with way more detail haha about these and more tips that you can find here:</b><br />---> <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.gonaturallypregnant.com/natural-pregnancy-essential-tips/">Get Pregnant Naturally Tips</a> <br /><br /><b>If you have some money to spend and want a step-by-step guide for this holistic approach:</b><br />---> <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.gonaturallypregnant.com/products-recommendations/pregnancy-miracle-e-book/">Step-by-step e-book Recommendation</a> <br /><br />Either way, I wish you best of luck and stay strong and keep trying. <img src=http://img.webmd.com/community/images/litesmile.gif class=post_img /><br /><br /><i>Heinz-Michael Teifel<br />Founder of gO Naturally Pregnant</i>
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